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Bruno Imbrizi, a visual developer, has created a wonderful, interactive, live 3D map of the London underground. He achieved all this by combining the real time data from Transport for London with Freedom of Information requests for the depth of tube lines and London Underground Station locations.

GO HERE: Mind the Gap

Twirl the map around, sit back and just watch the flow of the trains through the city.

Explore the London Underground With This Awesome 3-D Simulation

(Hat tip: Jon Sedar)

7 thoughts on “Mind The Gap

  1. Spaghetti Hoop

    All of this arty London Underground map-bending, fluffy nostalgic instagram pics and hipsters doing “colouring-in” doesn’t make up for the fact that it’s a miserable traveling experience.

    1. The Old Boy

      It’s funny how an antiquated, sticky, objectively unpleasant means of travel has become so iconic. I buy into it myself; despite it having been for many years my morning slog into work, it was such an integral part of the good times that I had in London that it, more so than nearly anything, has become one of the fondest memories almost as a lazy catch-all for everything else.

      1. Spaghetti Hoop

        True. Much like the bleak Sealink/B+I ferry crossings between Dublin & Holyhead…we find nostalgia in the grimmest of places.

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